Chesterfield Chamber Membership LuncheonName: Chesterfield Chamber Membership LuncheonDate: May 15, 2019Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDTRegistration: Registration for this event is now closed.Event Description:
Join the Chesterfield Chamber for lunch on Wednesday, May 15th for our monthly membership meeting.
Doors open at 11:00 a.m., buffet begins at 11:15 a.m. and the program starts at 11:45 a.m.
Online Registration is required.
Drug Courts are a specially designed court docket developed for high-risk, non-violent substance addicted defendants before the court on a drug or drug-related crime. Drug Courts are designed to be a cost-efficient alternative to incarceration for offenders with significant substance abuse issues who have not been successful at other interventions. Individuals who are arrested in Chesterfield County or the City of Colonial Heights and who meet eligibility criteria may choose to enter Drug Court instead of proceeding through the traditional court process. The Adult Drug Court began operating out of the Circuit Court in September 2000. The Juvenile Drug Court began operating out of the Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court in February 2003.
Drug Courts represent a non-traditional approach to substance abusing offenders by integrating multiple disciplines to serve the defendants and their families. These disciplines include the Judiciary, the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, the private defense bar, the Police Department, local probation, and Mental Health Support Services. It combines the coercive power of the court with intensive treatment and community supervision – to include weekly court appearances, multiple drug screens each week, intensive treatment two to three times each week, and intensive community monitoring. Drug Courts work to maintain public safety by providing appropriate, individualized substance abuse services that hold the defendant accountable while addressing their service needs. The goal is to reduce the factors in their lives that put them at greater risk of substance abuse and continued criminal behavior. Ultimately, Drug Court strives to create/restore healthy families, relationships, and produce law-abiding, contributing citizens.
Chris Hanchey, Graduate Micheal Hoy, Graduate Melody Meadows, Administrator
Due to our growing lunch attendance, your online registration is very important for this event.
If you have a Prepaid Lunch Ticket, online registration is required to use the ticket.
If you are not preregistered through our online portal you will be charged the $35 at door cost *if you are experiencing problems with the online registration, please contact the Events Manager at the Chamber office.
Early Bird Registration - through Friday, May 10th,
$25/Members - $35/Non-Members
Late Registration - through noon Tuesday, May 14th
$30/Members - $40/Non-Members
Door Costs (without prior online registration)
$35/Members - $45/Non-Members
Registration will close at noon on Tuesday, May 14th
Registrations received after this time will incur an increased cost of $35/Member or $45/Non-Member.
*due to the nature of the event, there are no refunds for cancellations within 48 hours of event day.